The New England Revolution selected two players in Tuesday’s 2022 MLS SuperDraft.
In the first round, the Revs picked Loyola Marymount goalkeeper Jacob Jackson with the 24th overall selection. They used their second round pick (52nd overall) on UCLA defender Ben Reveno. New England passed on its third round pick, the 80th overall selection.
The Revs begin preseason training on Wednesday, as the club prepares for the start of 2022 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League and 2022 MLS Regular Season action in February. New England, of course, captured the MLS Supporters’ Shield in 2021 after setting a league single-season record for points.
Revolution sporting director and head coach Bruce Arena is expected to discuss the team’s draft picks, among other items, on Wednesday. Until then, here is some introductory information on the team's newest additions.